But this distinction, although it might help make the proposal more attractive,

But this distinction, although it might help make the proposal more attractive, is really inessential. Suppose a theorist suggests that clouds are vague objects without coupling this with the proposal that constitution is not identity. The above considerations still apply. What guarantee is there that there will not exist too many vague objects?

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